Developed in 2014 The Residence is one of Lancaster's premier apartment complexes. Set on stunning grounds next to Williamson Park and with views across to Quernmore, it's hard to believe you are still within walking distance of the city centre. Offering a high quality of living with a peaceful outlook it's no wonder why this is such a popular part of the city.
Sitting in the catchment area for many of the best local schools, the Boys Grammar School amongst them, there is still a regular bus route that runs to the bus station. A well-stocked Co-op offers an Amazon collection site as well as easy access to pick up those essentials. For larger shops, you have Aldi & Sainsburys in the city centre and Booths to the south in Scotforth. You also have quick and easy access to the M6 north and south junctions and Lancaster Station is on the west coast mainline connecting you to the rest of the country.
Located on the 2nd floor and benefiting from a pleasing outlook from the balcony, this stylish, spacious and well maintained apartment is the ideal pad for a single person, couple or purchased as a buy to let investment. The décor throughout is clean, crisp and light, the ceilings tall and imposing and the finish throughout is real quality.
The open plan living space is perfect for relaxing or entertaining in. An area to dine with family and friends is afforded, whilst you cook up a treat in the modern fitted kitchen just off the living space. The fantastic balcony is larger than most 1 bed apartments have to offer, enough room in fact for a table and chairs. The bedroom, in keeping with the living area, is a great size offering space for a large double bed and additional furniture to suit. The 3 piece bathroom reminds you of a boutique hotel, contemporary fixtures and fittings and fully tiled walls and floor - stunning!
There is ample storage located in the hallway, perfect for coats, shoes, vacuum cleaner and everything else you need but want out of sight and stored away. An allocated parking spot comes with this apartment and there are beautiful grounds to stroll around, not to mention Williamson Park on your doorstep!
- This apartment was one of the ex-show homes
- Great sized balcony receiving afternoon & evening sun
- Integrated kitchen appliances include: - Dishwasher, washing machine/dryer combi, fridge/freezer and electric oven & hob
- The lease length is 250 years from 2014, the service charge is approx £1482.84pa and the ground rent is - £250pa
- There is an allocated parking spot, visible from the living area window
- The apartment is being sold chain free
- The development is pet friendly- Located in a 'Very Low Risk' flood area for Rivers and the sea and 'Low Risk' area for surface water
Kershaw Drive, LA1
Valid until 11.07.2027
|No Additional EPC data available|
|M6 J34||1.52 miles|
|M6 J33||4.53 miles|
|M6 J35||5.5 miles|
|A601(M) J35A||6.4 miles|
|M6 J36||13.12 miles|
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